When thinking of solar panel technology, one typically envisions clunky roof cladding that detracts from a home’s curbside appeal. Identifying an under-served demographic of homeowners in urban cities – those looking for a modern, design-forward technological solution – Brooklyn SolarWorks has developed a unique Solar Canopy that sets the bar for solar panel technology companies serving the contemporary customer.
A New Landscape in Solar Panel Technology
Created with the modern design lover and environmental champion in mind, Brooklyn SolarWorks’ sleek solar panels sit atop a steel frame raised nine feet above the ground to eliminate the panels from view while still providing a carport or shaded living space below. The Solar Canopy can be adapted and modified to a variety of sizes, heights, and widths and can be mounted on the roof or ground.
While the canopy’s default color is metallic aluminum, it can come in a variety of shades like blue, green, and black – the last being a popular color amongst Brooklyn brownstones. Additional enhancements like garden features are expected to launch in 2019. Read on to see how it breaks down.
Number of canopies built and placed in homes
Number of days it takes to manufacture the components for one average two-truss canopy
Average wattage per solar panel
Typical annual savings for an 18-panel canopy in New York City
Year Brooklyn SolarWorks was established
members on the BSW team
amount of people it takes to build a canopy